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Big Breakfast Scarborough Cafe Christchurch IMG_1322
Big Breakfast Scarborough Cafe Christchurch IMG_1322
  • Author: Kiwi at the camera Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-09-10 08:54:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°34'23"S - 172°46'8"O
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Eggs Benedict on hash browns Redcliffs Cafe Christchurch
Eggs Benedict on hash browns Redcliffs Cafe Christchurch
  • Author: Kiwi at the camera Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-29 09:26:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°33'42"S - 172°44'20"O
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Godley Head - Observation Post #3
Godley Head - Observation Post #3
  • Author: Seabird NZ Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-06-13 11:09:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°35'29"S - 172°47'28"O
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Taylors Mistake
Taylors Mistake
  • Author: Seabird NZ Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-06-13 09:10:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°34'59"S - 172°47'4"O
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New Road Formation
New Road Formation
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 18:35:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°34'6"S - 172°45'32"O
  • Early evening in Summer September 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Catching the Last of the Sun
Catching the Last of the Sun
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:52:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°33'56"S - 172°45'31"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Great Day at the Beach
Great Day at the Beach
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:52:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°33'56"S - 172°45'31"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_ZealandLate afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Lots of Foot Prints on the Sand
Lots of Foot Prints on the Sand
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:51:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°33'56"S - 172°45'31"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Cooling Off Now
Cooling Off Now
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:51:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°33'56"S - 172°45'31"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Looking Out to Sea
Looking Out to Sea
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:49:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°33'56"S - 172°45'31"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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At Sumner Beach
At Sumner Beach
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:47:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°33'56"S - 172°45'31"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Wanted a Pat
Wanted a Pat
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:39:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°34'7"S - 172°45'37"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Looking Towards Scarborough
Looking Towards Scarborough
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:25:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°34'11"S - 172°45'46"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Tide Rolling In
Tide Rolling In
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:25:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°34'11"S - 172°45'46"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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Rocks and Waves
Rocks and Waves
  • Author: Jocey K Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-01 16:24:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°34'11"S - 172°45'46"O
  • Late afternoon visit to Summer on a hot September day 2019 Christchurch New Zealand. Sumner is a coastal seaside suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand and was surveyed and named in 1849 in honour of John Bird Sumner, the then newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury and president of the Canterbury Association. The Māori name for the area is Ohikaparuparu ("o" means place of; "hika" means rubbing, kindling, or planting; "paruparu" means dirt, deeply laden, or a preparation of fermented cockles). Sumner is nestled in a coastal valley separated from the adjacent city suburbs by rugged volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs that descend to the sea shore in places. Sumner Bay is the first bay on the northern side of Banks Peninsula and faces Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. On 22 February 2011, Sumner was hit by the Christchurch earthquake, which destroyed or made uninhabitable a large number of the local houses and commercial buildings. On 13 June the same year, Sumner was hit by another earthquake of almost the same magnitude as the February event. These two earthquakes caused many of Sumner's iconic cliffs to collapse, and many areas to be cordoned off with both traditional fences and shipping containers. For More Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumner,_New_Zealand
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